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The Foley Food & Wine Society was born out of a desire to unite three of life's biggest passions - Wine, Food, & Travel.
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Foley Food & Wine Society 17h
Happy International ! Are you popping open a bottle of pink or red Grenache today?
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 17
Here come the grapes! is underway across all Foley Family estates, and viticulturist Kara Maraden is on top of it all.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 16
In honor of International Grenache Day this Friday, we're answering some commonly asked questions about this lesser-known variety.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 14
Having the right glass for the right wine is a bit like having the key to a treasure chest—the right glass can unlock a wealth of aromas, textures, and flavors that otherwise could be muted by a clunky glass.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 11
Food & Wine magazine contributor, Jonathan Cristaldi, offers a glimpse of the unique history and fascinating players behind this iconic estate.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 10
Savor autumn and the upcoming winter months with these 10 favorite California reds and whites, but be sure to pop them all through September, which is California Wine Month.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 9
Try your hand at preparing this decadent wild mushroom risotto dish and pair with a bottle of your favorite FFWS Pinot Noir for a match made in heaven.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 3
Happy International ! In honor of this wine holiday, we've put together a list of five of our favorite Cabernets that truly capture the unique aspects of what a Cabernet Sauvignon is.
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Sonoma County Vintners Sep 1
"Taste of Sonoma Goes Virtual: 7 Reasons to Not Miss This Year’s Event! The event will feature a series of dates throughout September with at-home wine tastings, educational webinars, cooking classes and food pairings." >
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 2
This signature dish is slow roasted and smoked over wine barrel oak staves and then served with a delicious Sonoma olive pesto.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Sep 1
Here's everything you need to know about wine glasses:
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 31
"Winemaking at The Four Graces is all about conveying a sense of place. We are very fortunate to have some of the best vineyards in the Willamette Valley AVA, Dundee Hills AVA, Yamhill-Carlton AVA, and our newest vineyard in the Van Duzer Corridor AVA."
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 27
Here’s what you should add to your streaming watchlist and what to drink with each movie/TV show.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 18
Happy ! Here are seven of our favorite Pinot Noirs from California and Oregon across five different AVAs that we're confident you'll enjoy.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 14
Life of the Vines: Crop-thinning, and the beginnings of . Foley Family Wines Director of Viticulture Kara Maraden updates us on August grape-growing activities.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 7
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 5
Here are three of our favorite trending movies and shows that we recommend adding to your watchlist—along with a selection of wines to drink while you stream.
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 4
This upcoming weekend, Chalk Hill wine club members will receive a fresh selection of organic produce from the Estate Culinary Garden to take home after a flight of five current release wines. To learn more about joining the wine club, visit .
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 3
Thank you for sharing, Cindy! We always love to hear that our properties are providing good experiences. We will pass your kind words on to The Four Graces tasting room. Cheers!
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Foley Food & Wine Society Aug 3
Recently, we spoke with The Four Graces winemaker, Tim Jones about winemaking in . He says, "Winemaking at The Four Graces is all about conveying a sense of place." Read more here:
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